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"She doesn't understand how the place works yet".

Former Democratic vice presidential candidate and general curmudgeon Joe Lieberman is a former Senator best known for bucking his party by supporting conservative positions.

Some lawmakers who have working relationships with Ocasio-Cortez are hoping to coax her into using her huge platform to unite Democrats and turn her fire on Republicans, instead, Politico reported.

"With all respect, I certainly hope she's not the future and I don't believe she is", Lieberman said to Fox Business host Neil Cavuto.

Ocasio-Cortez, who at 29 became the youngest woman to be sworn into Congress, had the ideal millennial four-word response to the criticism: "New party, who dis?" "And that is because they had to be center-left to win some of those competitive swing districts that they took from Republicans", Lieberman said.

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The 29-year-old, who shockingly bested incumbent New York Rep. Joe Crowley in a June Democratic congressional primary, was recently in the news for giving a wild response to President Donald Trump's Wednesday Oval Office address to the nation.

She says the fine, first reported by the New York Daily News, has been paid.

"She needs to decide: Does she want to be an effective legislator or just continue being a Twitter star?" said an anonymous House Democrat in the Politico report, who said he agrees with her radical ideology.

Ocasio-Cortez was just 10 years old when Lieberman ran for vice president along with Gore. In June, she beat Crowley and last November she was elected to Congress. Ocasio-Cortez is now part of the 116th class of Congress, which also happens to be the most diverse, with a record number of women winning seats in the House of Representatives.

The congresswoman tweeted the article and captioned it, "New party, who dis?"

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